Book Listing for the Social Justice Movement Articles

Volume 27, Issue 6, June 2021

I have read more than 30 books in preparation for the five-part Think on These Things series on the Social Justice Movement (SJM) and Critical Race Theory (CRT).  Some of the books were read a few years ago, while many others more recently.  Not every volume is directly connected to the SJM or CRT but all contribute to understanding these influences in one way or another.  I thought it might be useful to identify these works including links to my book reviews of each.  This list, with accompanying links will provide a quick, and hopefully valuable reference for those who wish to explore this subject more fully.  As will be noticed, the books are organized alphabetically, rather than by subject.

Book Author TOTT web link
African Hermeneutics Elizabeth Mburu


Benedict Option Rod Dreher
By What Standard Jared Longshore


Crazy Love Francis Chan
Cultural Shift Albert Mohler
Death of the Grown Up Diana West
Every Thought Captive Richard L Pratt Jr
Fault Lines

Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe

Voddie T. Baucham, Jr.
Generous Justice Timothy Keller
God’s Forever Family, the Jesus People Movement in America Larry Eskridge
Just Mercy Bryon Stevenson
Liberation Theology Emilio A Nunez C.
Live Not by Lies Rod Dreher
Love Thy Body Nancy Pearcey
Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From the American Dream David Platt
Reading While Black Esau McCaulley
Rebirth of Latin American Christianity Todd Hartch
Recovering Classic Evangelicalism Gregory Alan Thornbury
Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood Aimee Byrd
Reenchanting Humanity Owen Strachan
Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger Ronald Sider
Slow Kingdom Coming Kent Annan
Social Justice Goes to Church Josh Harris
Theology of Liberation Gustavo Gutierrez
Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism Carl F. H. Henry
We Will Not Be Silenced Erwin W. Lutzer
What Every Christian Needs to Know About Social Justice Jeffrey D. Johnson
White Fragility, Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism Robin DiAngelo
Why Social Justice is not Biblical Justice Scott David Allen
Woke Church Eric Mason


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